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PowerTip: Remove calendar events from a mailbox

Summary: Remove calendar events within an Exchange Online mailbox. Is there an easy way to remove calendar events from within an Exchange Online mailbox? Yes there is. There is a newly deployed cmdlet to Office 365 tenants: Remove-CalendarEvents. This cmdlet ... continue reading
Inside the #Microsoft Operations Management Suite E-book #MSOMS #Azure by #MVPbuzz #MSFT

Inside the #Microsoft Operations Management Suite E-book #MSOMS #Azure by #MVPbuzz #MSFT

Description: This is the updated release (v2.0) of “Inside the Microsoft Operations Management Suite”, an end-to-end deep dive into the full range of Microsoft Operations Management Suite (OMS) features and functionality, complete with downloadable sample scripts. The chapter list in ... continue reading
Windows Server 2016 Essentials – Office 365 Integration Overview

Windows Server 2016 Essentials – Office 365 Integration Overview

Watch this first of two videos on Windows Server 2016 Essentials and Office 365 integration. In this first video we will cover the basic concepts and benefits of integrating Windows Server 2016 Essentials and Office 365. In the second video ... continue reading
Microsoft’s perspective on cyber resilience

Microsoft’s perspective on cyber resilience

This post is authored by Ann Johnson, Vice President, Enterprise Cybersecurity Group. In the wake of recent ransomware outbreaks, I wanted to understand how impacted firms have evolved their thinking on cyber resilience planning and implementation. I asked the Detection ... continue reading
Assigning Office 365 Licenses Automatically

Assigning Office 365 Licenses Automatically

Hello World, Daniel Lucas and Eroilton Borges is here, with a special thanks to Rodrigo Fonseca to helping about Hybrid Identity and review and contribute for this one, to talk about how to automatically assign Office 365 licenses in Azure ... continue reading
Links in phishing-like emails lead to tech support scam

Links in phishing-like emails lead to tech support scam

Tech support scams continue to evolve, with scammers exploring more ways to reach potential victims. Recently, we have observed spam campaigns distributing links that lead to tech support scam websites. Anti-spam filters in Microsoft Exchange Online Protection (EOP) for Office ... continue reading
Windows Defender ATP machine learning: Detecting new and unusual breach activity

Windows Defender ATP machine learning: Detecting new and unusual breach activity

Microsoft has been investing heavily in next-generation security technologies. These technologies use our ability to consolidate large sets of data and build intelligent systems that learn from that data. These machine learning (ML) systems flag and surface threats that would ... continue reading
Dropping the “Untrusted Font Blocking” setting

Dropping the “Untrusted Font Blocking” setting

With the Windows 10 v1703 security configuration baseline, Microsoft is removing the recommendation to enable the “Untrusted Font Blocking” Group Policy setting in Computer Configuration | Administrative Templates | System | Mitigation Options. Windows 10 includes additional mitigations that make ... continue reading
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WannaCrypt ransomware worm targets out-of-date systems

On May 12, 2017 we detected a new ransomware that spreads like a worm by leveraging vulnerabilities that have been previously fixed. While security updates are automatically applied in most computers, some users and enterprises may delay deployment of patches ... continue reading
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Combating a spate of Java malware with machine learning in real-time

In recent weeks, we have seen a surge in emails carrying fresh malicious Java (.jar) malware that use new techniques to evade antivirus protection. But with our research team’s automated expert systems and machine learning models, Windows 10 PCs get ... continue reading